The noun orator means someone who is skilled at making formal speeches, especially ones which influence people’s feelings or beliefs.
Synonyms are speaker, lecturer, preacher, or lector.
The word origins from Anglo-French (14th century) oratour. It also sources from Modern French orateur, from Latin orator meaning “speaker”, from orare meaning “to speak, speak before a court or assembly, pray, plead”.
He’s known as one of the greatest orators in the Russian Revolution.
He also proved he’s a skilled orator during that time.
The orator really made the service special.